The similarities between interiors in cars of the same brand are becoming higher and higher!

2019 BMW 3-Series Interior
Standardised interiors are becoming the norm nowadays!

Similar Looking Car Interiors

Every car is built uniquely, designed uniquely and is meant for a different market. But nowadays that uniqueness in each vehicle is becoming less pronounced due to the standardisation of design languages that make each product look similar. Think about it, when have you ever seen a Mercedes A-Class and a Mercedes E-class have very similar looking interiors? The point is that this standardisation of designs is both a good and a bad thing. Let’s get into it.

An Overview

This ‘similarity’ I’m talking about mainly pertains to premium brands, like Audi, BMW, Mercedes, Tesla, Jaguar-Land Rover, etc. Of course, I am mainly talking about the dashboard of the car and the centre console. The rear parts of the interiors are usually not tinkered with.

It does not take a keen eye to notice that the similarity more obvious than it was because of the infotainment system, gauge-clusters, and switchgear. But the things I just listed above make up the majority of the interior, hence this feeling.